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Movement Restoration.  Two words that at first glance may not mean much to some, but to Trisha Haws and her devoted clients, movement restoration has literally changed their lives.  The massage therapy concept of restoring natural movement back to the body through individualized massage treatments isn’t just Trisha’s passion…it’s her purpose.


Since 2001, Trisha has treated and educated thousands of

individuals about the importance of soft tissue massage therapy

for recovery and regeneration of the body and improving

overall quality of life. Trisha’s personalized and

integrated approach moves clients forward in

achieving results and improving overall flexibility and



Trisha began her education in massage therapy more

than 15 years ago at Phoenix Therapeutic Massage

College in Scottsdale, Ariz.  After graduating, Trisha spent

the next several years gaining a wide-range of experience –

from working at some of nation’s most notable resorts like the

Broadmoor Spa in Colorado Springs and Willow Stream Spa at

Fairmont Scottsdale Princess to  chiropractic and wellness centers

– and even teaching massage therapy courses at her alma mater,

Phoenix Therapeutic Massage College. She has been asked to

develop and write treatment protocols for some of the nation’s

top resorts and spas including Fairmont Hotels & Resorts’ famed

spas throughout the Southwest.  As such, she is also called

upon to educate and train other massage therapists on

her signature treatments. In 2008, Trisha began working

as an independent contractor at Athletes Performance

Institute(now EXOS), one of the nation’s leading

private personalized performancetraining

institutes for athletes.  


Trisha has treated everyone from

professional and amateur

athletes, active adults and youth

and business men and women,

many of whom have been with

her since the inception of

Movement Restoration.  Her

growing client roster has made

Trisha one of the most sought-after

massage therapists in the Valley.




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